Buckling of inner cell wall layers after manipulations to reduce tensile stress: observations and interpretations for stress transmission

@article{Hejnowicz2004BucklingOI,
  title={Buckling of inner cell wall layers after manipulations to reduce tensile stress: observations and interpretations for stress transmission},
  author={Zygmunt Hejnowicz and Dorota Borowska-Wykręt},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2004},
  volume={220},
  pages={465-473}
}
The inner layer of the cell wall in tissues that are under tensile stress in situ, e.g. epidermis and collenchyma of etiolated sunflower hypocotyls, shows a pattern of transverse folds when the tissues are detached and plasmolysed. This can be observed by Nomarski imaging of inner surfaces of the outer cell walls and electron microscopy of longitudinal sections after peeling the epidermis and bathing it in plasmolysing solutions. The folds are apparently caused by buckling of the inner layer… CONTINUE READING

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